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Mr. Sagastume
Physical Educator
hector_sagastume@lawndalesd.net
Phone: 310.676.4806 ext. 51061
Fax: 310.676.8621

Physical Education Resources

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Hector Sagastume

"You are not fully educated until you are physically educated!"

     Welcome to JANE ADDAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL P.E! Where Physical Education is not just a class, but a way of life. My name is Mr. Sagastume. I was born and raised in Hawthorne, California. Both of my parents were born and raised in Guatemala. Spanish was the first language I learned, and I am proud to be bilingual in a world where communication is so valuable.

     I received my Bachelor’s Degree and Teaching Credential in Physical Education from the California State University of Long Beach. I became a Physical Education teacher because of the many positive experiences I had growing up being involved in physical activities. Sports for example, improved my self-esteem, regulated my emotions, helped manage problem solving, made me goal oriented, helped me gain sharper social skills and flourished my academic performance.

     Physical Education is an integral part of the education program for all students. It teaches students how their bodies move and how to perform a variety of physical activities. Students learn the health-related benefits of regular physical activity and the skills to adopt a physically active, healthy lifestyle. Physical Education also provides learning experiences that meet the developmental needs of students. Within our class students will learn to; set and strive for personal, achievable goals; learn to assume leadership; cooperate with others; accept responsibility for their own behavior; and, ultimately, improve their academic performance.

     I am excited about this year and am looking forward to getting to know each and every one of my students. Here is to a successful and fun 2016-17 school year!

 

Grading Policy

1.     Cognitive Concepts (20-50 points per assessment, 1-2 per unit) - Measures what the student knows.

2.     Psychomotor Skills (10-30 points per assessment, 1-3 per unit) - Measures what the student can do.

3.     Character Development (20 points, weekly) - Measures the student’s level of personal and social responsibility. This includes: punctuality, P.E uniform, effort, sportsmanship, cooperation, conduct.

Daily Character Points: Students can earn 5 points daily.

  • 2 points for changing into proper P.E uniform. This includes wearing tennis shoes.
  • 2 points for participation (warm-up activity, lesson focus, culminating activity and discussion).
  • 1 point for punctuality.

4.     Homework (5-20 points)

5.     Weekly Mile Run (10 points)

Mile Run Point Scale

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Current Events

To keep up to date with the latest fitness news, trends, and events follow, @Mr_Sagastume

Fitness Testing

Physical Fitnessgram Assessments will be used to measure students’ level of fitness during this course: 

Muscular Endurance (curl-up)

Flexibility (sit and reach/trunk lift/shoulder stretch)

Cardio-Respiratory Endurance (mile run/PACER) 

Muscular Strength (push-up)

Physical Education Units

Flag Football       Soccer          

Team Handball    Floor Hockey    

Gymnastics         Volleyball

Badminton          Flag Rugby    

Basketball           Lacrosse

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